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I have created the first 3 parts to an original myth based on traditional Greek myths, which can be used to teach pupils how to develop their own myth.
Introducing basic 2D shapes. This bundle is filled with flashcards, activities and shape outlines.
38 slides of Dolch word flashcards. These are great for learners who are learning to read as it consists of frequent words used in English literature. These flash cards are also great for building on vocabulary.
Children can write about fireworks around exciting firework illustrations on 3 of these 4 graded sheets, the 4th being a colouring sheet for Nursery/young Reception children. Fireworks might be hot, fast, zooming, noisy, sparkly, beautiful, shiny, curvy, colourful, poppy, snappy, smoky, red, gold, mysterious, magical - all sorts of things. The Yr 1-2 sheet invites a simile: They are as bright as -, and the Y2 sheet adds: But the sky is as dark as -.
Autumn leaves are fascinating to write about, with beautiful colours, contrasts of brightness and frailty, an infinite range of movements to describe and a backdrop of ever-changing skies. Your juniors will relish the opportunity to express their ideas on the theme within this attractive poetry frame. The wavy lines are for movement words (gliding, cartwheeling crazily or spinning like tops, perhaps). The Guidance Sheet supplies two example poems; also warm-up and teaching tips.
These three black-and-white colouring sheets are clear, simple and attractive, encouraging young children to apply their artistic skills in choosing colours and shading in. The pictures represent autumn leaves (one large, with small ones around it), a squirrel on a tree and a hedgehog in a natural setting, with various mini-beasts and plants.
This picture-poem sheet invites similes for the various colours of autumn leaves, with writing lines provided on the leaves, such as "as red as ___".
A huge drawing of an autumn leaf provides the frame for creative writing here. Line starters are scattered around it, inviting describing words, moving words and similes for autumn leaves, their colours and even the sky (or wherever) they fly through. The writing lines for the movement words are wavy, encouraging flowing words, and flowing pens too.
This cloud picture-poem frame comes in easier and harder versions, with an accompanying guidance sheet for the teacher, offering handy lists of suggested words and similes to prompt for, as needed. Describing words can be written all over the cloud picture, which is fun to do, and might include: fluffy, puffy, soft, peaceful, white and rosy, for instance, or perhaps dark, heavy, thundery, gloomy, grey, rainy - or a mixture.
This is a logic puzzle activity for learners of all ages and stages of German. Excellent practice to help learners develop thinking and deduction skills, communication skills and critical thinking.
Suggestions for use and differentiation of this resource with learners of all abilities are included.
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